Harrison Ford, known for his role as Indiana Jones and his "Why did it have to be snakes?" catchphrase, now has a new species of serpent named after him.
Biologist Andrew Legan collected a tarantula that had been paralyzed by a hawk wasp to study the effects of the wasp’s venom on the arachnid.
The study is the first gene-mapping study on human scalp hair whorls.
As long as astronomists continue to search for life outside the borders of our world, biologists are forced to continue to reconsider the meaning of the word "life."
A collaborative study involving Israel, the US, Europe, Ecuador, Russia, and China reveals promising insights into the gut-brain axis in autism spectrum disorder.
Through digitally recreating the muscles of an early human ancestor, research has shed new light on how humans evolved to walk upright.
Life before air conditioning: Curly hair kept early humans cool and protected early humans from the sun’s radiative heat.